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    Empty coffee cup but it did home a beverage and I like how this turned out.

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    This is what we drink here, when we have no money left. And it's only the 4th of the months. Sigh !

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    Good rye. First time trying it. I've been building and appreciation for American spirits every since I visited a local Texas bourbon distillery. So far I believe my favorite is Buffalo Trace bourbon but this is good as well.

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    French red wine and a Russian watch into an Italian restaurant...
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    I was asked in Trader Joe's why they would make a pickle beer. I have a feeling I'll be asking myself a more pressing question of why I bought it.

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    Double Twelve with some tequila and lime juice.

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    It pours a greenish yellow and the smell of pickle brine hits you're immediately. Then I took a sip... I think that might be my only sip. It tastes like what you would expect a snake oil salesman would have used to cure rheumatism back in the early 20th century.

    And yes, I did garnish it with a pickle slice.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SteamJ View Post
    It pours a greenish yellow and the smell of pickle brine hits you're immediately. Then I took a sip... I think that might be my only sip. It tastes like what you would expect a snake oil salesman would have used to cure rheumatism back in the early 20th century.

    And yes, I did garnish it with a pickle slice.



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    Quote Originally Posted by SteamJ View Post
    It pours a greenish yellow and the smell of pickle brine hits you're immediately. Then I took a sip... I think that might be my only sip. It tastes like what you would expect a snake oil salesman would have used to cure rheumatism back in the early 20th century.

    And yes, I did garnish it with a pickle slice.

    🤢 Let no one say you're not willing to try new things. Well at least the Direnzo is pretty good.

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